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The meaning of IGF in the context of global governance model (글로벌 거버넌스 공론장으로서 IGF의 의미)

  • Park, Jihwan
    • Review of Korean Society for Internet Information
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.58-67
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    • 2013
  • An essential prerequisite for negotiating governance of 'internet,' a world of 'end to end' nature, is to guarantee end-users' participation. Internet Governance Forum (IGF), the outcome of World Summit on the Information Society(WSIS) Tunis Agenda, has played an important role as a representative mulitistakeholder - based governance model, which puts emphasis on wide range participation of stakeholders. Notwithstanding multistakeholderism materialized in IGF has been challenged, IGF itself is a unique place for participation to broad internet governance discourse, as all voices get hearing grounded on openness, inclusion, and transparency, quite distinct from the multilateral negotiation based model such as 'Conference on Cyberspace.' Therefore civil society which represents end-users' interest, as a crucial stakeholder of internet governance, should establish more strategic and coordinated approach to IGF itself as well as reformation discourse of internet governance. In this regard, civil society groups of Korea, began with hosting workshops and Open Forum at the 2013 IGF in Bali, Indonesia. This report also describes the detailed activities of Korean civil society group in 2013 IGF.

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Effectiveness of Blended Learning Method on Digital Logic Circuit

  • Lim, Se-Young;Lim, Dong-Kyun;Lee, Ji-Eun
    • International journal of advanced smart convergence
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    • v.4 no.2
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    • pp.34-37
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    • 2015
  • An ideal teaching-learning method, such as the blended learning method, is to motivate interests in education and to allow active class participation of students. Students exposed to this method are hypothesized to be dedicated in learning and their school life. A research was conducted on $11^{th}$ graders in Daejeon city high school specialized in industry; the blended learning method was applied to a course, digital logic circuit and the effects on the students' learning were monitored. The result shows that compared with a common leaning method, the blended learning method is very effective in terms of increasing educational interest, class participation, the level of concentration in class and academic achievement of students. Also, it shows positive feedbacks from the students on the educational videos and the usage of the contents. Conclusively, the blended learning method effectively increases academic achievements through improved educational motivation and active class participation which positively affect the overall satisfaction of participants.

A study on employment preparation behavior in the dental hygiene students (일부 치위생과 학생들의 취업준비행동에 관한 연구)

  • Shin, Seon-Haeng
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Oral Health
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    • v.42 no.4
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    • pp.181-186
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    • 2018
  • Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate influences on employment preparation in dental hygiene students. Methods: A self-reported questionnaire was completed by 386 dental hygiene students in South Korea from November 1 to 30, 2016. For data analysis, the study used independent t-tests, one-way analysis of variance, Pearson correlation analysis, and regression analysis among others. Results: Students with higher grades tended to have major satisfaction, instruction participation, and employment preparation (P<0.001). Higher parental monthly income was related to higher major satisfaction (P<0.001). Employment preparation was significantly positively related to major selection motive, major satisfaction, and instruction participation. Conclusions: In order to encourage dental hygiene students to prepare for employment, it is necessary to create a better academic environment and develop a variety of employment preparation education programs. I think that the active interest of the country, society, school, and family will have a positive impact on employment preparation.

A Study on Recognition and Demands of Forest Interpretation Programs: Focused on Jinju City and Gyeongnam Region

  • Lee, Nara;Huh, Keun Young;Park, Jonghoon
    • Journal of People, Plants, and Environment
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.395-405
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the recognition and demands of forest interpretation programs. Questionnaire survey was carried out to estimate the awareness, necessity, future participation intent, experience, satisfaction and demands of forest interpretation programs with 100 residents living in Jinju city or Gyeongnam region. The data were subject to frequency analysis, correlation analysis, and path analysis. Overall 63% of respondents didn't know forest interpretation programs, but 52% of respondents recognized the necessity of forest interpretation programs. 52% of respondents had the future participate intent of forest interpretation programs, and 38.3% didn't know if they would participate. 74% of respondents had never experienced the programs. In the satisfaction, 80% of respondents who experienced showed neutral. Future participation intent was highly correlated with necessity as shown in the result of correlation analysis among awareness, necessity, future participation intent, and experience of forest interpretation programs. Also future participation intent in path analysis was estimated to be affected indirectly by experience and awareness as well as necessity. Enhancement of future participation intent would be achieved by increasing experience, awareness, and necessity of forest interpretation programs. According to the demands, forest interpreters were required to have the expertise to provide knowledge and information of forests. Attractive content for forest interpretation programs was in the order of recreational activities > forest conservation > education while the proper objective of forest interpretation programs was experience and interest > education > conservation and resource > public relation of forests and parks. Respondents preferred participation and experience the most as a style in selecting the programs. Key condition in selecting the venue was diversity > safety > connectivity > accessibility in order. There was no significantly different preference in proper participation duration or operation season for the activities of forest interpretation programs.

Analysis on the Participation Motivation of Billiard Players (당구 선수들의 참여 동기에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Ji-Su;Choi, Jae-Won;Kang, Sung-Goo
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.8 no.12
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    • pp.369-378
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    • 2017
  • This study is devoted to investigating participation motivations of billiard players who join games through open-ended questionnaires, and identify the difference of participation motivations in the game according to age and experience. Thus, 696 original data on participation motivations was obtained from 267 billiard players in Gyeonggi-do based on open-ended questionnaires. Results from inductive analysis are as follows. First, their participation motivations included 10 general sectors such as interests, objective achievement motive, competition, interpersonal relationship, mental health, job, gambling, sport competence, suggestion by others, and university admission. Second, enjoyment showed the highest percents among participation motivations according to participants' age. Third, interest showed the highest percents among participation motivations in less than five years of their experiences. Objective achievement motive was the highest portion for more than five years. These outcomes will be used as a basic data to understand the relationship of billiard players who participate in the game and further create better billiard game culture.

The Effect of Community Capacity on Social Participation and Life Satisfaction - Moderating Effect of Region - (지역사회역량이 사회참여와 삶의 만족에 미치는 영향 - 지역의 조절효과 -)

  • Lee, Misook
    • Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.111-124
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    • 2020
  • This study begins with an interest in community capacity, the basis for mobilizing community action and the driving force of community development. The study aims to identify the structural equation model of community capacity, social participation, satisfaction in life, and the impact relationship and to verify the differences between urban and rural areas. The analysis data used the 2018Korean Social Integration Survey, which is the statistical data for national approval. The analysis method was performed by using SPSS was used to perform descriptive analysis and t-test, and the structural equation model. Multi-group analysis of AMOS was also performed to verify the research model. As the result of analysis, both the condition and status of community capacity and social participation, which are products of community capacity, showed a higher average of rural areas than urban areas. As a result of the analysis of the structural equation model between community capacity, social participation, and life satisfaction, differences between rural and urban groups were identified. In rural areas, both the capacity-condition and the capacity-status variables act as positive factors for social participation and life satisfaction, but in urban areas, the path of capacity-condition, social participation, capacity-status and life satisfaction was significant. On the other hand, social participation variables acted as a factor of direct and indirect negatively influence on life satisfaction. Therefore, it can be said that the quality of community capacity in rural areas is superior to that of urban areas.

An Exploration of the Relationships Among the Structural Elements of Science Classroom as Community of Practice: Focusing on the Case of Small-Group Activities in Practical Work of Elementary Science (실행공동체로서의 과학교실이 가지는 구조적 요인 사이의 관계 탐색 -초등과학 실험수업의 모둠활동 사례를 중심으로-)

  • Park, Joonhyeong;Na, Jiyeon;Joung, Yong Jae;Song, Jinwoong
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.38 no.3
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    • pp.331-341
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to explore relationships among the structural elements of Science Classroom as Community of Practice (SCaCoP). For this, we investigated the case of small-group activities in practical work of elementary school science in a qualitative way based on the five structural elements of SCaCoP, such as responsibility for learning, common interest, open participation, mutual relationship, and practice. We observed and interviewed five small-groups during five lessons with video- and audio- recording to collect data. The results of analysis are as follows. First, 'mutual relationship' was a necessary-condition for 'open participation.' We also found that 'common interest' has two dimensions related to their interest and related to learning topic. The former interacted with 'open participation,' and the latter was influenced by 'responsibility for learning. Lastly, 'practice' enhanced the features of other elements with dynamic relationships. Based on these results, we suggested the relationships among the structural elements of SCaCoP and discussed implications related to the perspective that regards learning as participation.

Performance and Problem Analysis of Comprehensive Rural Village Development Project - Case Study of the Income Project in Gurye Banggwang Villages (농촌마을종합개발사업의 성과 및 문제점 분석 - 구례 방광권역 주민소득사업을 중심으로 -)

  • Cho, Jin-Sang
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.109-124
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    • 2009
  • The purpose of this thesis is to analyze and evaluate issues and performance of development projects of Gurye Banggwang villages' key projects, especially directly or indirectly related to resident income augmentation. The agricultural products processing factory, the valley resting, the urban and rural exchange center, and the village festival have been closely selected as directly or indirectly related to the resident income. Analysis of survey of resident and two agriculture unions' members led the performance and problem of Banggwang villages' development projects. The income project has the difficulties of recruiting members, lack of professionalism of people in production and marketing of processed products, and conflict between members etc. For this reason, income projects being adopted as the comprehensive rural village development project is often negative. Compare to the other cases, Banggwang village has more reflection of the income project, and has lot of interest by policy makers whether it be pursued successfully. It is too early to evaluate a performance properly because it is the beginning of income projects and the experience are not yet being sufficient. However, the performance is appearing gradually from various sides. For example, dividend of business profits, employment opportunities and sales of agricultural products are developing increasingly. Income projects have strengthens the residents' participation and interest in comprehensive rural village development project and with securing stable funding it will help to maintain the facilities.

Proposal for the use of interactive multimedia art for rehabilitation exercise in early dementia patients : focusing on the program Isadora® (초기 치매 환자의 재활 운동을 위한 인터랙티브 멀티미디어 아트의 활용 제안 : 프로그램 Isadora®를 중심으로)

  • Kang, Hyun-Sook
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.559-565
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    • 2020
  • The study intends to use interactive multimedia art performances for rehabilitation exercises for patients with early dementia. The interactive performance is completed by communication and participation of the performer on the stage and the dementia patient, who is the audience, and through this process, the dementia patient performs efficient rehabilitation exercises with interest and immersion. For the study, the characteristics of early dementia patients and effective exercise methods are examined, and a program map is constructed so that the patient's performance viewing leads to participation and leads to rehabilitation exercises. Movements and sounds generated by the audience's participation are converted into MIDI signals of Sound Level, Pitch, and Velocity to become a performance that controls music and video in real time. Through this, the patient will be immersed in the rehabilitation exercise with interest and will be able to have a sense of accomplishment as a participant in the performance. In addition, this study has the significance of expanding the area through various uses and applications of interactive multimedia art.

The Effects of Participation Motivation of Corporate Social Responsibility Using Social Media on Organization-Public Relationship and Brand Loyalty (소셜 미디어를 통한 기업 사회공헌활동의 참여동기가 조직-공중관계성과 브랜드 충성도에 미치는 영향)

  • Yi, Junsub
    • Journal of the Korea Industrial Information Systems Research
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.139-159
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    • 2017
  • This Study Examines the Relationships Among Participation Motivation for Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) Using Social Media, Organization-public Relationship between Companies Conducting CSR and Participants, and Companies' Brand Loyalty. Using Questionnaire Data, Confirmatory Factor Analyses were used to Figure out Participation Motivation Factors Including Empathy and Interest. The Confirmatory Factor Analyses Also Derived Organization-public Relationship Factors Including Trust, Commitment, Control Mutuality, and Intimacy Created between Companies Conducting CSR and Participants. The Proposed Research Model was Tested through Structural Equation Modeling. The Results Showed that the Empathy Factor Positively Affects all the Organization-public Relationship Factors, and the Interest Factor Positively Affects trust and Commitment Factors. The Trust Factor Positively Influences other Organization-public Relationship Factors Including Commitment, Control Mutuality, and Intimacy. The results also Showed that each one of the Organization-public Relationship Factors Improves the Companies' Brand Loyalty.